Woodbrooke weekend on Climate Change
The following letter has been sent to QCOP members
Dear QCOP Member,
The most effective individual steps to tackle climate change are being ignored.
A Woodbrooke weekend (Nov 24th -26th) has been arranged to consider some of these difficult and challenging individual steps: international travel, the food we eat and having one fewer child. Pam Lunn’s lecture at Yearly Meeting Gathering six years ago ‘Costing not less than everything’ inspired us to include as one of our Quaker testimonies, care for the human impact on the future of the planet. Keeping up our commitment to this testimony needs continuous attention.
This weekend will provide opportunities to hear guest speakers, to share our experiences of actions we have started (or stopped, or intend to do) following Pam Lunn’s lecture and to learn from one another. A QCOP member will be one of the speakers on Saturday morning.
The session on ‘Difficult conversations’ planned for the Sunday morning promises to be particularly relevant to population issues.
More information about the weekend and how to book are available:
‘Costing not less than Everything: The Swarthmore Lecture Revisited’. November 24 – 26, Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre, 1046 Bristol Road, Birmingham B29 6LJ. Tel. 0121 472 5171 firstname.lastname@example.org www.woodbrooke.org.uk
It would be great to see you there!
In Friendship, June New
On behalf of the QCOP Steering Group www.qcop.org.uk